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Deadline for Action (Part II)


Published 1946


How left-wing labor unions engaged in political activism to combat corporate influence on the U.S. Congress in the years following World War II.


Run time 15:33
Producer United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE)
Sponsor United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE)
Audio/Visual Sd, B&W

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SHOWS THAT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE NEED TO BE POLITICALLY ACTIVE TO COMBAT OUTSIDE FORCES TRYING TO INFLUENCE THE U.S. CONGRESS.


VOTERS UNITED STATES CONGRESS POLITICS LABOR WORKERS TRADE UNIONS ECONOMICS CIO CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES
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Reviews

Reviewer: Melkor - - October 25, 2003
Subject: Link
Reviewer: Spuzz - - September 6, 2003
Subject: Bill's thinking about November
Unnerving and damning movie made by the AFL/CIO criticizing every aspect of big business, most especially General Electric. This movie, with it's harsh criticisms about everything and anyone not down with the Union (they seem to pinpoint it on all the politicians after their man, Roosevelt died) certainly is a site to see, full of amazing statistics and great graphics (Look! It's the evil octopus from Perversion For Profit!) it seeks to finally resolve this issue once and for all at one place... the election booth. Reccomended!
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